Police Look For Suspects after Mother-of-Two Is Found Dead in a Rural Area 120 Miles from Home

Rebelander Basilan
May 01, 2021
11:40 P.M.
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According to a news release from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, authorities have launched a search for five suspects connected with the death of Rossana Delgado.


The suspects are "Megan Alyssa Colone, 30, of Stone Mountain, GA, Juan Ayala-Rodriguez, 35, of Gainesville, GA, Oscar Manuel Garcia, 26, of Austell, GA, and Mario Alberto Barbosa-Juarez, 29, of Oklahoma City, OK."

Colone is said to be traveling under the alias Grace Beda. Authorities are also seeking an unnamed fifth suspect. So far, no motive has been given for the alleged murder, and no arrest has been made.

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Rossana Delgado was a mother of two and a part-time driver for a rideshare company. According to a report by PEOPLE, she was last seen at an Atlanta-area mall on April 16.

Delgado informed her husband, Yhony Castro, that she was dropping off a passenger and that she would return home soon. Delgado was reported missing when she didn't return home that night.

As reported by, Delgado's husband tracked his wife's last moves on her cellphone. There was a bloody face mask discovered at one of the places Delgado visited.


Delgado's body was found four days later in a rural area about 120 miles from the last place she was seen. Authorities have not released the autopsy results and cause of her death.

According to Delgado's best friend, Jennifer Nuñez, the family does not know any of the suspects.


Before her body was discovered, Delgado's close friend Diana Alvarez and her family friend Pedro Viloria had appealed to the public to help them find her. Alvarez said:

"That is a human being, a mother, a wife, a sister. That is a daughter. We need to get her back. There is no time to lose."

Delgado was described as a 5 feet 5 inches tall and 132-pound woman with blonde hair and green eyes. For her job as a taxi driver, she drove a red 2017 Ford Focus with the license plate RUZ0932.


According to Delgado's best friend, Jennifer Nuñez, the family does not know any of the suspects. She said they needed great support to be able to spread their name across this country.

Investigators speculate they could be already outside Georgia. Meanwhile, in addition to her husband, Delgado left behind two sons, Johan, 20, and Juan Manuel, 16, as well as a 1-year-old grandson.

In related news, a federal charge of kidnapping was dismissed against a man who was arrested after a Georgia woman's toddler was discovered roaming alone in a Florida neighborhood.

Meanwhile, a body of an 18-year-old teenager who was declared missing ten months ago on her way home from church was discovered by authorities in a rural area of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

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